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Handmade Damascus Steel Bowie Knife The Handmade Damascus Steel Bowie Knife from SA Knives features an eight-inch blade, with an overall length of 13-inch, Walnut handle, Brass guard and it comes with a leather sheath to get it protected. The handle is made of walnut hardwood with a fat grip....

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By Aubrey Nkgotwe

Hunters know very well that one needs a specialized knife to get it the job done seamlessly. This certainly extends to the knives that are carried by a hunter. Not just any knife will do – it needs to be sharp, easy to carry, versatile, and durable. Damascus steel is known for its ability...

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By Aubrey Support

Guide to the Best Steel Knife. In choosing the best knife you should pay particular attention to the type of steel used in the blade.  Alongside edge geometry and design, blade steel is a critical element that determines how a knife performs.  Steel is essentially an alloy (i.e. a mix) of carbon and...

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By Aubrey Support

South Africa ushers in the new Dangerous Weapons Act Since we are selling knives to South Africans, we feel obliged to release this article to educated our fellow knife lovers on the SA Legislation regarding possession of weapons including our very beautiful knives. We are SA Knives after all! The Dangerous...

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By Aubrey Support

Damascus steel was the forged steel comprising the blades of swords smithed in the Near East from ingots of Wootz steel imported from India and Sri Lanka. These swords are characterized by distinctive patterns of banding and mottling reminiscent of flowing water, or in a "ladder" or "teardrop" pattern. Such...

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